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2017 Letter from the President

(Click on image to give during Centre Gives event) As we prepare for this year’s Centre Gives fundraiser, I wanted to take a moment to update our supporters on the current direction and focus of Your Marriage Matters. You may have noticed that we have been rather quiet in our publications and events over the […]


Coming Home Rituals

Coming Home The manner in which we start something often dictates how it ends. If you go into a tense meeting at work already anxious, it will likely result in acting flustered. If you start a construction project without much planning, it will likely lead to multiple expensive trips back to Home Depot. How you […]


Exciting or Mundane?

Written by Your Marriage Matters intern: Kristen Elliott I can’t help but get excited when I think about getting married someday. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for quite awhile now (5 years to be exact), and we’ve been dreaming about marriage ever since our first date. What about marriage is so appealing that both young […]


Love Languages

Loving your spouse should be easy, right?  Afterall, you chose to marry him/her.  There seems to be a cultural myth that loving your spouse should be easy if they are “the right person”.  People leave relationship after relationship hoping that the next set of arms they fall into will be “the one” and therefore will […]


National Marriage Month, 2016

As I sit here on a cold, wet and dreary February morning in central PA, trying to write an inspiring invitation to celebrate National Marriage Month, I was faced with a perplexing question: why February to celebrate marriage? It’s often dreary, still dark, and possesses a lingering post-Christmas holiday depression. Not exactly Hollywood romance material. Looking […]